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  Chianciano Terme and surroundings: between art, nature, food and wine  
Chianciano   Chianciano Terme, not only
Chianciano Terme is closely and naturally connected to the prestigious spas, but are not to be overlooked, however, the architectural and artistic landmarks including the urban core, the suggestive Medieval Church of Saint John the Baptist, the Church of Santa Maria della Rosa, built in the 16th century, and the
  Montepulciano   Montepulciano , 10 km
The town has been called the Pearl of the 16th century, since it preserves intact its beauty with palaces and churches of the greatest architects of the Renaissance. To see the beautiful Piazza Grande, with the Cathedral from incomplete façade and the Palazzo Comunale. In the valley below the village a must-see landscape
remarkable Palazzo del Potestà origins even adiacent; much appreciated by tourists and visitors, finally, it appears the charming Museo civico archeologico delle Acque. and absolutely unforgettable, stands the mole elegant Temple of S. Biagio. And how can we not mention the "Vino Nobile", one of the most appreciated Tuscan wines at international level.
Pienza   Pienza, 20 km
Pienza, "born to love a thought and a dream of beauty", as Giovanni Pascoli. Much of his most beautiful architecture was carried out by Pope Pius II, transforming the Christmas village camping in a beautiful Renaissance town, outstanding example of fifteenth-century architecture and urbanism.
  Bagno Vignoni   Val d'Orcia
Crossed by the River Orcia, which gives it its name, is characterized by pleasant landscaped vistas and several centers of medieval origin, the Valley is also an important natural, cultural and artistic, and from 2 July 2004 has been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage site. In addition to Pienza and Montalcino
In three years, between 1459 and 1462, the new birth Cathedral Pienza saw dell'assunta, Palazzo Piccolomini, Palazzo Comunale and the Episcopal Palace with its Museum.   part of Parc, Castiglione d'Orcia, Radicofani and San Quirico d'Orcia. Other important centers are: Monticchiello, Bagno Vignoni, Rocca d'Orcia, Campiglia d'Orcia, Bagni San Filippo, Vivo d'Orcia.
Montalcino   Montalcino, 40 km
Made famous by Brunello, one of the best red wines in the world, Montalcino is also a magnificent city of art, rich palaces and churches and at the top of which stands the beautiful medieval fortress that dominates the famous vineyards. Montalcino still keeps unaltered its charm of the ancient medieval village.
  Abbadia S. Salvatore   Abbadia S. Salvatore
and Monte Amiata
, 30 km
Mount Amiata is a relief of 1738 m s.l.m. Tuscan Apennines, between the Maremma, Val d'Orcia and Val di Chiana, not far from Umbria and Lazio.
It is the most important ski resort in southern Tuscany.
Its height and its location make it possible
In the town of Montalcino, is a beautiful monastery, the Abbey of Sant'Antimo, founded on an ex-voto attributed to Charlemagne around 781, one of the masterpieces of Romanesque architecture in Italy.   to ski all winter.From Monte Amiata is possible to observe and see for hundreds kilometers the larger landscape in central Italy.
Chiusi   Chiusi, 13 km
Archaeological site of great importance, as evidenced by the exhibits at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale Etrusco. Deserve careful visit, Etruscan tombs, the Museum of the Cathedral, which contains a valuable collection of codexes Benedictines, the Cathedral of San Secondiano, 6th century, which is the
  Lago Trasimeno   Trasimeno Lake, 30 km
Lake Trasimeno, with its three islands: major, minor and Polvese, immersed in the green of its reed beds, with a side of ancient villages, castles and cathedrals on the Umbrian hills, part of Tuscany, and partly covered with olive groves and vineyards, is the fourth Lake of Italy and the largest of the Umbrian regional parks
oldest church of the catacombs of Santa Mustiola and Santa Caterina and King Porsenna's Labyrinth-a path that winds through the underground tunnels of Etruscan-thatthrough the subsoil of Chiusi, leads to a monumental cistern.   that has always been an important area for aquatic birds and a perfect habitat for fish species. Don't miss visiting the medieval towns of Città della Pieve, Panicale, Castiglione del Lago, Passignano sul Trasimeno and Tuoro sul Trasimeno.
Cortona   Cortona, 40 km
The main tourist and cultural centre of the Val di Chiana aretina after the provincial capital, Cortona was one of the twelve cities of the Etruscan League. Fragments of its primitive cyclopean defences can still be seen, the medieval walls.Apart from a few fine Renaissance palaces, medieval buildings is prevalent and helps
  Siena   Siena, 80 km
The city is widely known for its artistic heritage and for the substantial stylistic unity of its medieval urban furniture, as well as for his famous Palio; the town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. The medieval period, the most significant buildings as the Palazzo Comunale, the walls, which has always
give narrow and steep streets look very impressive. Given the elevated position from every point of embracing the whole of the Valdichiana.   protected, Piazza del Campo, the Cathedral, expanded in later times. Increase the value of Siena are also evocative landscapes along the way.
Arezzo   Arezzo, 70 km
Arezzo is a beautiful city that deserves a visit for its numerous historic- artistic beauties and its characteristic historic centre. Although part of the medieval town was destroyed during World War II, the Centre preserves splendid monuments, churches, palaces and museums. The Basilica of San Francesco,
  Perugia   Perugia, 75 km
Art cities rich in history and monuments, is a cultural and economic hub of the region and attracts tourists and students. Perugia is located on a hill that rises on the Tiberina Valley not far from Lake Trasimeno and the Monte Subasio. The major palaces and monuments of artistic interest are close to Corso Vannucci.
perhaps the most famous Church of the city, with the cycle of frescoes of the legend of the true cross by Piero della Francesca's masterpiece of the Renaissance. And then the Fortezza Medicea, the Roman amphitheatre and the Church of San Domenico with crucifix by Cimabue.   Some side doors along the course are access to terraces from where you can enjoy a beautiful landscape and where you can find markets and restaurants. Strolling through the local villages is easy to meet, themed pub and restaurants where you can sample the specialties of the area.
  Distances from Chianciano Terme  

Montepulciano=10 km
Monticchiello=15 km
Pienza=20 km
Bagno Vignoni e la Val d'Orcia=20 km
San Quirico d'Orcia=25 km
Castiglione d'Orcia=25 km
Montalcino=40 km
Chiusi=13 km
San Casciano dei Bagni=25 km
Abbadia S. Salvatore=30 km
Trequanda=30 km
Monte Oliveto Maggiore=40 km
Cortona=40 km
Città della Pieve=25 km
Lago Trasimeno=30 km
Arezzo=70 km
Siena=80 km
Orvieto=60 km
Perugia=75 km
Assisi=90 km
Todi=80 km
Cascata delle Marmore=130 km
Spoleto=140 km
Firenze=120 km
Roma=180 km

  The Terre di Siena DOP Oil  
  Olio Terre di Siena DOP   The cultivation of olive trees in the territory of Siena goes back a long time ago. The olive tree is present in the works of art and paintings late  
Middle Ages, a period in which, even writers testify the presence of this plant between the Sienese hills.
Go to the discovery of this precious oil will be a real gastronomic itinerary that combines tradition and artistic beauties to pleasant tasting of extra virgin olive oil.
  Strada del Vino Nobile di Montepulciano  
  Strada del Vino Nobile   Montepulciano and its wine is synonymous with quality and excellence of the wine. In addition to wine tour in wine producing companies  
  Noble, the Strada del Vino Nobile promotes visits to sights of the city of Montepulciano and surroundings and wine tasting cellars monumental town, visits to workshops, wine tastings and typical products in wineries, cheese factories and Mills, restaurants, wine and oil tasting, cooking classes, spa treatments, biking and walking tour of movie sets.  
  Strada del Vino Orcia  
  Strada del Vino Orcia   La Strada del Vino Orcia, includes the territories of the comuni of Abbadia San Salvatore, Chianciano Terme, Montalcino, Pienza, Castiglione  
  d'Orcia, Radicofani, San Casciano dei Bagni, San Giovanni d'asso, San Quirico d'Orcia, Sarteano, Torrita di Siena and Trequanda.
To know and appreciate not only wine, but also all other products of the best advice is to go directly to individual producers and all towns of the Val d'Orcia.
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